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Sarah Liporace, Why I Care Member Recipient

Sarah Liporace

Sarah Liporace was a volunteer for the American Cancer Society (ACS) in numerous capacities for more than a decade, but it was when a close friend of hers was diagnosed with breast cancer that she sa

Chris Duwe, Why I Care Employee Recipient

Chris Duwe

What started out as a tribute to his late colleague and friend, Mary St. Germain, turned into a record-breaking fundraiser captained by Chris Duwe, Senior Vice President of Risk Management.

Leanne Shufelt, Why I Care Employee Recipient

Leanne Shufelt, Why I Care Employee Recipient

As a child, Leanne Shufelt remembers her family making donations to local food pantries, Toys for Tots, and other nonprofits, but said at the time she never really understood the full concept of why they were doing it.

SEFCU Proudly Shows its Pride!

SEFCU employees around pride banner

While there has been significant progress toward equality for the LGBTQIA+ community in recent years, SEFCU recognizes the work that is being done by the non-profit community to continue to pave the road to equality and combat various forms of exclusion and d

Pat Hedgeman, Why I Care Member Recipient

Pat Hedgeman, Why I Care Member Recipient

Shortly after Pat Hedgeman’s two-year-old granddaughter, Rosemary, passed away from neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer, she, along with Rosemary’s parents, founded Rosie’s Love.

Samoria Zurlo, Why I Care Employee Recipient

Samoria Zurlo, Why I Care Employee Recipient

From an early age, Samoria Zurlo’s parents instilled in her the importance of recognizing every person’s worth, understanding that not all people are dealt the same hand and that everyone needs to be raised up at one time or another.

Stephanie Paluch, Why I Care Employee Recipient

Stephanie Paluch, Why I Care Employee Recipient

Members of law enforcement are trained to respond to those who need help, and usually are not ones to ask for help, but the Western New York Law Enforcement Helpline is a resource for active and retired members of